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In the world of algorithm acceleration and the implementation of deep neural networks' recall phase, OpenCL based solutions have a clear tendency to produce perfectly adapted kernels in graphic processor unit (GPU) architectures. However, they fail to obtain the same results when applied to field-programmable gate array (FPGA) based architectures. This situation, along with an enormous advance in new GPU architectures, makes it unfeasible to defend an acceleration solution based on FPGA, evendoi:10.3390/electronics10010070 fatcat:wczg5nnhsnhuhpsjbhyypmvaty